inconsequent

[ in-kon-si-kwent, -kwuh nt ]SEE DEFINITION OF inconsequent
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Inconsequent, wholly illogical, utterly indefensible explosions.

Impetuous as he was inconsequent, M. de Kercadiou was bristling again.

Why should they do everything so inconsequent, so improbable, so preposterous?

His remark was so inconsequent that Lucy found nothing to say.

They were of both sexes, and upon the whole they were a silly, inconsequent set.

Billy returned as young, as inconsequent, as irrepressible as ever.

Why, then, these inconsequent and these irritating denunciations?

Peterborough feared, he must say, that we were an inconsequent people.

Moronval finally concluded that a creature so inconsequent must be dazzled, not led.

Patty fluttered around the house in a sort of inconsequent delight.

WORD ORIGIN

1570s, "not following as a logical conclusion," from Latin inconsequentem (nominative inconsequens) "not logically connected," from in- "not, opposite of, without" (see in- (1)) + consequens, past participle of consequi "to follow" (see consequence).

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